BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Gryphon, a leading sales intelligence & marketing compliance service provider, today announced that the company’s General Counsel Melissa Bateman Fitzgerald, CIPP, will lead a panel session entitled, “Privacy and Compliance Red Flags” at the 2016 TCPA Washington Summit taking place September 18-20th in Washington, D.C.

As the FCC continues to strengthen consumer protections against unwanted calls and texts, companies are challenged to adhere to marketing compliance regulations such as Do-Not-Call (DNC), Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR), and more. Fitzgerald will examine the do’s and don’ts of outbound marketing, how to identify red-flags for potential privacy risks, and share how your business can continue to market to consumers while staying clear of regulatory risks effectively.

Melissa Bateman Fitzgerald, General Counsel, Gryphon
Joseph Bowser, partner, Innovista Law PLLC


“Privacy and Compliance Red Flags”

In this panel session, Fitzgerald and Bowser will identify privacy and compliance red flags in business’ outbound marketing policies and procedures. They will also delve into best practices behind implementing technology and knowing
when to consult your business’ privacy lawyer/compliance officer.

September 20, 2016; 3:00pm ET

2016 TCPA Washington Summit
W Hotel, Washington, D.C.

Here is more information on the 2016 TCPA Washington Summit.

About Gryphon
Gryphon Networks provides cloud-based technology and systems that automatically capture, control, and visualize sales and marketing activity from any device to improve management effectiveness and reduce risk. More than a dozen Fortune 100 clients, including some of the largest banks, brokerage, insurance, and consumer services firms, are among Gryphon’s 300+ clients in North America.

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